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Fairy Tales and Freud: a new blog exploring psychoanalysis in literature

The popularity of a post I wrote a few years back, titled ‘Fairy Tales and Freud: Psychoanalysis in Children’s Stories,’ has astounded me. Having realised how interested people are in Psychoanalysis and Fairy Tales, I’ve decided to set up an independent blog focussed solely on understanding psychoanalysis and its application in literature. 95 more words


Fairy Tale Friday: Whose the story really about?

Hey, remember when I did these?

Currently, I’m not expecting to start doing these regularly again right now. My schedule seems to be “if I get it done or get an idea” I’ll do it. 167 more words


TTT: Fictional Cosplayers

I was going to do another “Top Ten Fictional Characters I’d Dress Up As For Halloween” but I think I did that one already and there aren’t really any new ones I’d be, considering I still haven’t made my way through the previous ones (technically, I only managed to dress up as Azula once, and it wasn’t a full-blown costume…). 950 more words


Spinning Sadness

Day 339: 4 Oct 2016

73 words, life + my morning

Sadness pools around the spindle of her soul. Raw gray wool, damp with tears and fraying, winds around and around and around. 52 more words

Adbat Writes

AN ARMENIAN LEGEND AND AN ARMENIAN POEM: Baba Indaba Children's Stories Issue 40

ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 40

In Issue 40 of the Baba Indaba Children’s Stories, Baba Indaba narrates the Armenian legend of ARTASHES AND SATENIK and a famous battle between the Alans and the Armenians which had an altogether more peaceful outcome. 215 more words

Folk Tales And Folklore


A Hopi Creation Myth

Alíksai! A very long time ago there was nothing here in the world but water. Only away off in the west where Hurúing Wuhti lived there was a small piece of land where she lived. 2,186 more words

Folk Tales And Folklore

THE OLD LION AND THE JACKAL - An Aesop's Fable for Children: Baba Indaba Children's Stories Issue 30

ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 30

In Issue 30 of the Baba Indaba Children’s Stories, Baba Indaba narrates the Aesop’s fable about an old lion who pretends to be ill. 182 more words

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